Watch where you shop or sign up for information online, warns research firm Spam Ratings.
Britain is committing to providing speedy broadband to rural communities.
LogMeIn has launched join.me, an online meeting service that allows users to share their PC's screen with anyone who has access to the web.
Nearly three quarters of parents monitor their child's social networking account, says TRUSTe.
Just under two in five (39 percent) of smartphone owners regularly download apps, according to OpenCloud.
Netbook numbers are down, and most of those 11 million tablets are Apple's, says ABI Research.
Children get a start on their online identities before the age of 2, thanks to families and friends posting images and even setting up e-mail, study reveals.
Panda Labs says 55 percent of all new malware in the third quarter were Trojans.
The UK could be fined by the EU for failing to comply with Internet privacy legislation.
The UK is conducting a study to determine the true extent of cyberstalking.
Almost 40% of students share security data with friends and family, safety survey reveals.
Google's new Transparency Report maps how governments across the globe respond to the wealth of information sorted and served up by the search engine.
More than half of online retailers are spamming Web users with e-mails they have not requested to receive, study shows.
Security firm AVG is trying to educate university students about malware and subterfuge on social networking sites.